Pinnacles National Park Double Puzzle
The rocks found at Pinnacles National Park are believed to have formed about 23 million years ago as part of the Pinnacles-Neenach Volcanic Field, located 195 miles southeast of the park's current location. After the volcanoes stopped erupting, the San Andreas Fault split the field, and a plate containing two-thirds of the field moved north. The volcanic rocks eroded over time, creating the unique structures seen in the park today. These rock spires teem with life, including prairie and peregrine falcons, golden eagles, and the inspiring California condor.
This double puzzle features two images detailing the diverse landscape making up Pinnacles National Park, one on each side. It's two puzzles in one! Build it once, then flip the pieces over and build it again!
- 500 pieces
- Completed size: 22" x 15"